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Name:Course:Instructor:Date:Was WWII inevitable?World War II caused the world a lot of trouble even after It ended. Was this war inevitable? Or there was something that could be done? There were a lot of reasons why the WWII was unavoidable. The very first reason is the existence of the countries involved in the war. Germany Italy and Japan were too ambitious and powerful. They would have not hesitated in achieving their goals even if it meant a war. They were covered in power and imperialism and ideological ambitions. After the first world was the imposition of Versailles on Germany made it vulnerable. It had lost territory and was imposed with legal and military restrictions that they were angered into taking revenge. Hitler was raged by the impositions as it was a humiliation to the national pride. The problem is that WWII was not a single conflict until long after hostilities had mushroomed and amalgamated by 1942. The industrial revolution also contributed to the cause greatly. Japan

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